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Posted by Cathleen Urdi on Thu, March 4, 2021

When 2020 first began, it brought out high hopes for many individuals. We were entering a new decade, which people assumed meant good things were in store. In a matter of three months, things changed and changed dramatically. At the beginning of the pandemic, businesses and organizations had to adapt their processes, structures and strategies rather quickly. For many, it was about whether they could survive through what was going on. If they did, would they ever be able to go back to normal? 

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Posted by Melissa Meunier on Tue, February 23, 2021

The COVID-19 crisis thrust HR leaders onto the front lines of ensuring worker and workplace safety. As economic forecasts call for a return to real GDP growth by mid-year, CEOs are focused on strategies and initiatives to accelerate success in a fundamentally different world.

Our latest report, How Can HR Leaders Accelerate Success?, provides research and insights for what HR leaders should consider in formulating plans to ensure that their organizations will be well positioned to achieve sustainable growth.

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Posted by Tamika Figaro on Fri, February 12, 2021

On March 5th its time to celebrate your employees. They’ve been with you through one of the most challenging times - adapted their work habits, changed their work environments and balanced home & work life in an entirely new way. Then there are the ‘front-liners,’ those that persevered daily on the frontlines keeping your business moving forward. Celebrate everyone.

While employers have been incredibly grateful for the workforce’s flexibility, Employee Appreciation Day might just be the best day to honor what employees have been through and celebrate the positive that lies ahead. We have some great ideas below to help you celebrate everyone, along with our Engage2Excel Gift Solutions website to help make celebrating easy for you.

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Posted by Cathleen Urdi on Thu, February 4, 2021

"Employee engagement" is not a new term in the slightest, but it has become increasingly important to organizations over the past year. In most cases, managers, leaders or peers could go up to another employee and have a chat without hesitation. Since the shift to remote working or socially distant office working, everyday face-to-face conversations between coworkers have become non-existent. Now you're forced to go through a "middle-man," such as an email, instant message software or form six feet apart!

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